HTML and MHTML

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What is the difference between HTML and MHTML

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Hi there,

MHTML is short for MIME HTML. You should be able to find the answers you’re looking for by doing a search for MHTML on Whatis (<a href=”http://whatis.techtarget.com/wsearchResults/1,290214,sid9,00.html?query=mhtml”>MHTML search on Whatis</a>).

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  • Tudorol
    As I remember from HTML Tutorials the main idea of the MHTML standard is that you send a HTML document, together with in-line graphics, applets, etc., and also other linked documents if you so wish, in a MIME multipart/related body part. Links in the HTML to other included parts can be provided by CID (Content-ID) URLs or by any other kind of URI
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